Mocking pop culture and sneering at authority, the U.K. duo Sheep on Medicines began using the credo “sex is definitely death, medicines are for sheep, choose the item.” Created in 1990 by vocalist Duncan X (aka Ruler Duncan) and multi-instrumentalist Lifeless Lee (aka Lee 303), Sheep on Medicines combined sleazy rock and roll and trashy techno and released their 1st single, “Capture 22,” a 12 months later on. A grotesque cabaret-styled live display supported the discharge, and soon intense dancefloor singles like “Motorbike” and “quarter-hour of Popularity” were getting industrial golf club favorites. They produced their full-length debut in 1993 with Greatest Strikes on the Isle label’s Smash imprint. They adopted it a 12 months later on with …On Medicines, but both band as well as the label were disappointed using the album so when the product sales tanked Isle dismissed the music group. The duo produced its label, Medication Squad, which released the EPs Suck and Strapped for Money, both in 1995. Martin Atkins’ Invisible label would compile the EPs in 1996 as Twice Trouble. A calendar year later the brand new record One your money can buy made an appearance on Invisible, but Duncan exited the music group soon after the discharge. Lee attempted the side task Bagman while a remix record (1997’s Nevermind the Methadone) along with a live record (1998’s Two for the Present) held the Sheep on Medications machine moving. Duncan had turn into a well-known tattoo musician in London right now, then when Lee approached him for the reunion, Duncan decided to contribute, but he was struggling to sign up for full-time. F**k from 2005 was another discharge and it proved helpful in more from the dance music Lee have been tinkering with in his Bagman task.